Turn your phone into a game controller with this new Chrome Experiment in mobile web gaming. Roll It syncs your mobile device with your laptop, so you can roll a ball between the two. This game is built for the web, so no apps or downloads required—and any device running Chrome is fair game.
The concept, prototypes, and direction for Roll It were developed by Google Creative Lab in New York. The design and build were created by Legwork in Denver. Original music recorded by Tim Healy in London.
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